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    Default [PF] No Heroes Available


    What system are you using? Pathfinder.
    What medium(s) are you using? PbP.
    How often will you require people to post? Once a day.
    What kind of action(s) will be taken if a person does not post within the required time? NPC'd a few times and then eventually removed.
    How do players create their characters? Look at this list of the town's inhabitants and pick someone you would like to play as. I'll give you their stats.

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    EDMOND CLARKE
    L/E Medium Human Commoner (Arms Dealer, Owner of Clarke's Arms)
    Init -1; Senses ; Perception +6

    DEFENSE
    AC 11, Touch 9, flat footed 11 (Leather, Shield, none)
    (-1 Dex, +2 armour)
    hp 4;
    Fort +0, Ref -1, Will +0

    OFFENSE
    Speed 30
    Mace, Heavy -1 (1d8-1)
    Space 5ft.; Reach 5

    STATISTICS
    Str 8, Dex 9, Con 10, Int 14, Wis 11, Cha 13
    Base Attack 0 CMB -1 ; CMD 8

    FEATS
    Alertness: +2 Perception +2 Sense motive,
    Persuasive: +2 Diplomacy +2 Intimidate

    SKILLS
    Bluff 5, Craft 6, Diplomacy 3, Handle Animal 5, Intimidate 3, Perception 6, Profession Merchant 4, Ride -1, Sense Motive 2, Swim -1
    Languages Common

    EQUIPMENT
    260gp worth, no more than 50gp spent on Weapons (this includes normal, masterwork, and magic weapons, as well as magic staves and wands used to harm their target, not to heal them), no more than 130gp spent on Protection (this includes armor and shields, as well as any magic item that augments Armor Class or saving throws), no more than 40gp on Limited Use items (this includes alchemical items, potions, scrolls, and wands), and no more than 40gp on Gear (this includes any remaining standard, nonmagical items). The 260gp represents the amount of wealth that the character has earned over the course of their entire life, so not all of it needs to be spent. The character may keep any unspent gold as savings.

    UNIQUE ITEM
    Every character carries with them an item completely unique to them. Some of them might be useful. Some might not.
    This character's unique item is a Warped Quarterstaff once wielded by Sajan.

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    Tomas Knighton, N/N Half-Elf Expert (Armorer)

    Are we allowed to work together?

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    Absolutely, you can work together, but Alignment might make that hard sometimes.

    I wanted 3-5 players. I have 3. I'll give it a few more days just in case, but even if no one else applies, we have enough to play.

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    Wouldn't the armorer be able to wear medium armor?

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    Why? He just makes the stuff for others. He never thought he'd need a suit of his own. He runs a business. His only limited personal experience is with light armor.

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    Last edited by Rocscar; 11-03-2017 at 01:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdh View Post
    Wouldn't the armorer be able to wear medium armor?
    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    Why? He just makes the stuff for others. He never thought he'd need a suit of his own. He runs a business. His only limited personal experience is with light armor.
    Yeah, being able to make something doesn't necessarily mean you can effectively use that something. Kinda like how a guy can put together a car, but that won't necessarily make him a candidate for F1 Racing. Or how a luthier doesn't have to be able to be the first chair (though actually knowing how to play a violin would certainly help).

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